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. 3.0 National Programme

: The Children's Hour

(17.15) D. CLYDACH THOMAS yn adrodd stori ddigri. Alawon Gwerin Cymraeg ar y piano, gan T. D. JONES ' Why did the chicken cross the road ? '
(From Swansea)
West Country Tunes played by THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA


Unknown: D. Clydach Thomas
Unknown: Alawon Gwerin
Unknown: T. D. Jones
Unknown: Reginald Hargreaves

: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements

: Music Making in the West

A Review of the Winter, by HUBERT HUNT , Mus.Doc


Unknown: Hubert Hunt


Conductor, J. G. DOBBING
David R. JONES (baritone)
THIS BAND was first started as the Temperance Band, but after a few years the workmen interested themselves in it and the Band was given its present name.
DAVID R. JONES is well known as an adjudicator at Eisteddfodau. He is a member by examination of the Gorsedd Circle under the Bardic title of ' Llew Llanfair '


Conductor: J. G. Dobbing
Baritone: David R. Jones
Unknown: David R. Jones

: Trip yr Ysgol Sul

Yr amser hwn o'r flwyddyn cynhelir pwyllgorau dirif i drefnu gwibdeithiau dirif. Eithr dyma'r adeg pan fydd aelodau yr Ysgol Sul, yn enwedig y rhai lleiaf, yn troi eu Ilygaid tua'r môr. Dewch gennym heno, mewn dychymyg, i un o bentrefi Cymru i glywed helynt y paratoi.
Cynlluniwyd y rhaglen gan Leyshon Williams

: 'The Second News '

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

: London

Regional Programme

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